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About Lorin Riutta

While the world was distracted by the tech bubble of the 90’s, Lorin was busy studying the undervalued metals market. As a guest contributor on Kitco.com, his expertise on the metals market is valued far and wide. His love of adventure prompted him to develop a trading system that is ideal for a traveler. After 20+ years of fine-tuning, he’s learned to spot setups with low-risk, high-reward probabilities that are perfect for the wandering lifestyle. His thirst for adventure and willingness to step out of his comfort zone has allowed him to enjoy some epic adventures with his family. He and his wife of over 20 years have two boys. Together, the four of them have traveled the US, each on their own motorcycle. They have enjoyed traveling in motor homes and custom vans and have even traveled the east coast via a sailboat. In general they have tried to spend as much time together as possible before their boys grew up and moved away. They live life to the fullest, and show no sign of stopping.

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Act 22—The Individual Investors Act of Puerto Rico & Why You Might Care

As traders, investors, and digital nomads, our curiosity gets piqued when we hear things like, “It’s the perfect place for traders.” or “If you work remotely, you have to check it out.” In this case, … read more Act 22—The Individual Investors Act of Puerto Rico & Why You Might Care

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China’s Become the New King of The Hill–Even if You Don’t Know It

What We Thought We Knew About China China is a backward, communist country that is overpopulated with poor, oppressed people—or so I was taught. Today, I still hear Americans refer to China as a backward, … read more China’s Become the New King of The Hill–Even if You Don’t Know It

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The Warm and Fuzzy Of It–Tariffs and Protectionism

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump ….I am a Tariff Man. When people or countries come in to raid the great wealth of our Nation, I want them to pay for the privilege of doing so. It … read more The Warm and Fuzzy Of It–Tariffs and Protectionism

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The History of Money Part 4—The Time Traveler Among Us

In parts 1, 2, and 3 of this series we covered how, if a society is left to its own devices, a commodity of some sort will emerge as a form of money. Whether it … read more The History of Money Part 4—The Time Traveler Among Us

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The History of Money Part 3—The Good Ol’ Days

The Old Farmer I recently visited with an old farmer in a nursing home. At ninety-five, his body was beaten up from years of hard work, but his mind was still sharp as a tack. … read more The History of Money Part 3—The Good Ol’ Days

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The History of Money Part 2—From Thaler to Dollar

In Part 1, we covered how the Dollar originated, and learned that a Dollar was originally a measurement of a specific quantity of gold or silver. Specifically, one dollar meant a coin consisting of 375.64 … read more The History of Money Part 2—From Thaler to Dollar

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The History of Money Part 1—The Thaler

One of the most overlooked subjects in public education is the history of money. How it’s made, what it is, who is in charge of it, and where it comes from. Most of us hardly … read more The History of Money Part 1—The Thaler

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The Golden Opportunities of Summer

We have been trading the gold sector for income since the late 90’s, and we’ve learned there is a pattern that repeats itself. Once recognized, it provides a major opportunity for short-term gains. This opportunity … read more The Golden Opportunities of Summer

The Great Experiment Part 3—The Case for Lower Rates

Last week, we posted part one of Keith Weiner’s report on why he believes the LONG-term trend of falling interest rates has not changed. Here is part two of his well written report. The Demand … read more The Great Experiment Part 3—The Case for Lower Rates

The Great Experiment Part 2—The Case for Lower Rates

Interest rates are rising. Will they continue? In our first In-Depth series on the subject, we discussed how falling rates fleeced the elderly of their retirement. On a long-term chart, there is no doubt that rates … read more The Great Experiment Part 2—The Case for Lower Rates